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Insightful and dramatic this novel recreates the original style themes and sardonic humor of Jane Austen’s novel while turning the entire tale on its head in a most engaging fashion Readers hear Captain Wentworth’s side of this tangled story in the revelation of his thoughts and emotions Wentworth initially suffers rejection. It reads like a cheesy romance novel than anything but I knew that when I picked it up However I found myself laughing and rolling my eyes at the professions of love repeated on just about every page from both Captain Wentworth and Anne It was just excessive And towards the end of the book it seemed like Captain Wentworth ended up sweeping Anne up in his manly man arms and carrying her everywhere I don t mind a little corny carrying his lady love over the threshold type stuff but jeez she does have her own legsThe story itself is alright although the last 70 or so pages are a bit over the top and tedious Plus the ending was not very surprising or original since it reminded me of SPOILERS Mr Darcy Takes a Wife END OF SPOILERS Ms Jeffers writing style was fine nothing special but not bad for this type of book It really annoyed me though that she would use sentances and entire paragraphs pulled word for word from Austen s original Persuasion First of all Austen s style is pretty uniue so it stuck out like a sore thumb Second of all it didn t make sense within the context of the story since the original Persuasion even in the narration was largely from Anne s point of view so for the same words to appear in a book from Wentworth s point of view just didn t make sense Third of all it just seemed lazy and borderline plagarism for her to copy Austen s descriptions word for word like that The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) recreates the original style themes and sardonic humor of Jane Austen’s novel while turning the entire tale on its head in a most engaging fashion Readers hear Captain Wentworth’s side of this tangled story in the Homewrecker revelation of his thoughts and emotions Wentworth initially suffers Make your own model forts & castles rejection. It Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reads like a cheesy How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim romance novel than anything but I knew that when I picked it up However I found myself laughing and The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) rolling my eyes at the professions of love Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic repeated on just about every page from both Captain Wentworth and Anne It was just excessive And towards the end of the book it seemed like Captain Wentworth ended up sweeping Anne up in his manly man arms and carrying her everywhere I don t mind a little corny carrying his lady love over the threshold type stuff but jeez she does have her own legsThe story itself is alright although the last 70 or so pages are a bit over the top and tedious Plus the ending was not very surprising or original since it Earthfall (Homecoming, reminded me of SPOILERS Mr Darcy Takes a Wife END OF SPOILERS Ms Jeffers writing style was fine nothing special but not bad for this type of book It A Daddy for Christmas really annoyed me though that she would use sentances and entire paragraphs pulled word for word from Austen s original Persuasion First of all Austen s style is pretty uniue so it stuck out like a sore thumb Second of all it didn t make sense within the context of the story since the original Persuasion even in the narration was largely from Anne s point of view so for the same words to appear in a book from Wentworth s point of view just didn t make sense Third of all it just seemed lazy and borderline plagarism for her to copy Austen s descriptions word for word like that

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Ave reversed fortunes Now it is he who is rich having won many prizes in battle while the Elliots are deeply in debt and in danger of losing their good name Will Wentworth seek revenge by choosing another woman over his former love Can he walk away from Anne or will the memory of her lips and her touch capture his love once again. Dear readerHave you ever wondered about how Anne and Captain Wentworth metwhat delicious thoughts pervaded the mind of at least one of the protagonists as he beheld Anne for the first time How did each react to the other on their second and subseuent meetings how did their brief but beautiful courtship pan out and how did it all go horribly wrong for this couple so happily in loveHave you ever pondered on the myriad thoughts running through Frederick s mindon his uniue perspective on the matter Indeed dear readerhave you ever asked what happened after they were happily reunitedwhat became of this close and loving couple fated to get a second chance to begin again Well in this beautifully crafted tale we are granted access to Austen s beloved Persuasion through the eyes of Captain Wentworth This is an enthralling storywhich heartrendingly fills in all the gaps and answers the many uestions we posed on finishing Austen s book I must say that I loved the way this story was told driftingas it doesfrom the present day when we see Anne tenderly nursing an injured CWentworth back to healthto the flashbacks wherein we receive the backstory of their romanceto its happy conclusion with the happy couple starting a familyThis book is one that I would strongly recommend to all Austen fansparticularly those who hold a soft spot for Captain Wentworththe language used to describe his feelings for her will simply take your breath away Enjoy

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And frustration Captain Wentworths Epubbecause the titled Elliots do not consider him good enough for their daughter Anne Despite her feelings for Wentworth Anne allows others to persuade her to break off their engagement Eight years later when Wentworth returns from fighting against Napoleon’s army the difficult years of war h. I love the idea of the book Persuasion from Captain Wentworths POV Persuasion is my favourite Austen book and is often overlooked this was nicely refreshing and is well executed I love that the story extends to there first meeting and after the end of the original story I especially love that the dream Wentworth has is the original ending that Austen wrote for persuasion before re drafting the storyI was not a fan of the proud Anne Wentworth at the end this seemed to go against her character completely I also wasn t really a fan of some of the last developments in the story

  • Paperback
  • 385
  • Captain Wentworths Persuasion
  • Regina Jeffers
  • English
  • 07 February 2019
  • 9781569757765

About the Author: Regina Jeffers

Regina Jeffers an award winning author of historical cozy mysteries Austenesue seuels and retellings as well as Regency era romances has worn many hats over her lifetime daughter student military brat wife mother grandmother teacher tax preparer journalist choreographer Broadway dancer theatre director history buff grant writer media literacy consultant and author Living Captain Wentworths Epub / out.



10 thoughts on “Captain Wentworths Persuasion

  1. says:

    There are few readers of Jane Austen’s Persuasion who have finished the novel and not been than a little in love with the dashing Captain Frederick Wentworth His famous “you pierce my soul” letter to heroine Anne Elliot is one of the most moving love letters in literary history Happily author Regina Jeffers has give

  2. says:

    This was my one and only foray into Jane Austen fan fiction Persuasion is my favourite Austen novel and probably my favourite novel full stop I decided to read this book in order to extend the joy of having recently re read it However that was not to be From my perspective it consisted of slabs of Persuasion in

  3. says:

    It reads like a cheesy romance novel than anything but I knew that when I picked it up However I found myself laughing and rolling my eyes at th

  4. says:

    If the author had stopped after the first half of the book I could have given this 4 stars The first half of the book parallel's Austen's Persuasion but from Wentworth's point of view I thought it was very well done engaging and interesting; I couldn't put the book down for this part After Wentworth caught up with the end of Persuasion the author Jeffers tried turned the book into an espionage thriller I thought this

  5. says:

    I love the idea of the book Persuasion from Captain Wentworths' POV Persuasion is my favourite Austen book and is often overlooked this was nicely refreshing and is well executed I love that the story extends to there first meeting and after the end of the original story I especially love that the dream Wentwo

  6. says:

    This is the cheesiest most sickeningly sweet romance I have ever read how are we supposed to believe Captain Wentworth would call Anne 'Sweetling'? I just couldn't finish I was gagging

  7. says:

    Persuasion in Wentworth's PoVDeliciously emotional rendition of Persuasion in Captain Wentworth's point of view In addition the story contains some scenes from prior to the book and it continues after they marryI particularly liked heart wrenching moments when Wentworth thought all hope was lost and the twist to their lives after

  8. says:

    Persuasion is possibly my favorite Austen novel and despite the abundance of Pride and Prejudice seuels reimaginings and modern remakes of which I own far too many I was very excited to read this retelling of Persuasion insteadLike all Austen inspired works I try to judge them on their own merits in the context

  9. says:

    Dear readerHave you ever wondered about how Anne and Captain Wentworth metwhat delicious thoughts pervaded the mind of at least one of the protagonists as he beheld Anne for the first time? How did each react to the other on their second and subseuent meetings how did their brief but beautiful courtship pan out and how did it all go horribly wrong for this couple so happily in love?Have you ever pondered on the myriad thoughts ru

  10. says:

    Each lover has a theory of his own about the difference between thee ache of being with his love and being alone

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